Kyle and I were delighted to be invited to present this year for Greater Edmonton Teachers Conference for the first time. We presented a half-day session of “ukulele rhythm” to around 100 classroom teachers.
I provided musical accompaniment for Festival Place’s “Songs, Smores and More” event at Broadmoor Lake Park picnic shelter today. Festival Singers choir director Esther joined me to lead the singers…
Kyle and I enjoyed presenting a half-day session of “Ukulele Rhythm” for Calgary City Teachers Convention this morning! We had over 100 music teachers on our session. Last Saturday at Calgary Ukulele Festival, we had the opportunity to present to … Continue reading
We had a great time presenting at UkeWest’s Calgary Ukulele Festival today! Kyle and I taught rhythm concepts to around 140 people. Thanks to UkeWest for the invite! We’ll be performing with them again online in June for the end … Continue reading
Next week I’m back at Festival Place to teach ukulele…Call or go online to register your place in class!
Thanks to Sturgeon Composite High School for the invite to teach the guitar class today. We looked at a couple of Johnny Cash songs, and I stuck around to play some u-bass for the ukulele group’s lunch-time performance.
I’m going to be accompanying festive songs at Festival Place’s event, “Songs, Smores and More!” at the Wilderness Centre on December 4th, 5th, 11th and 12th. Come on out and sing with us around the campfire! Link to sign up … Continue reading
I’m delighted to announce Kyle and I will be taking part in Calgary Ukulele Festival again in 2022! We’ll join Stu Fuchs, Tina Hebner, Barry Luft and Mustafa Kalamiddin this time, as we each present ukulele concepts for the festival … Continue reading
Thank you to Sturgeon Composite High School for inviting me as a guest speaker today…I taught Guitar 10/20/30 some rock and pop songs!
It’s the start of a new term this week at St Albert Music Instruction and Dominelli School of Music. I have a full quota of one-on-one music students at both locations, and we’re starting ukulele classes at the music school. … Continue reading